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Chef/co-owners Vu Le, right, and Jordan Ramirez; the team is opening a new, standalone location in the Perkins Road Overpass neighborhood.

Chow Yum Phat's new, standalone location in the Perkins Road Overpass neighborhood will officially open Tuesday, the restaurant announced on Facebook.

The Asian street food restaurant, which has built up a loyal following for its ramen and baos at its original location in Mid City's White Star Market, took over the former location of City Pork Deli & Charcuterie in May. The business has redesigned the space and outdoor patio, including some eye-catching murals created by Baton Rouge artists Brad Jensen, and is adding new items and cocktails to its menu.

The brick-and-mortar Chow Yum Phat is located at 2363 Hollydale Ave. and will be open for dinner service, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

Chow Yum Phat is co-owned by Vu Le and Jordan Ramirez, and the team is planning on maintaining their White Star Market location along with its sister restaurant, Yuzu.

Email Jake Clapp at jclapp@theadvocate.com.